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Rheinmetall AG (RHMG.DE)

RHMG.DE on Xetra

112.35EUR
23 May 2018
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Fri, May 4 2018

BRIEF-Rheinmetall Q1 Sales 1.26 bln Eur Vs 1.35 bln A Year Ago

* Q1 SALES WAS 1.337 BILLION EUR, EBIT 48.8 MILLION Further company coverage: (Reporting By Berlin Newsroom)

BRIEF-Rheinmetall Automotive Books Major Orders From Premium Automaker

* RHEINMETALL AUTOMOTIVE BOOKS MAJOR ORDERS FROM PREMIUM AUTOMAKER

BRIEF-Rheinmetall wins 100 mln eur defense order in Asia

* SAYS TO SUPPLY ASIAN CUSTOMER WITH SKYSHIELD AIR DEFENCE SYSTEMS, ORDER WORTH OVER 100 MILLION EUR Further company coverage: (Frankfurt newsroom)

BRIEF-Rheinmetall Says Multimillion Dollars Order From An International Customer

* RHEINMETALL SAYS MULTIMILLION DOLLARS ORDER FROM AN INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMER

BRIEF-Rheinmetall Wins Order For Artillery And Tank Ammunition For EUR 380 Mln

* INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMER HAS CONTRACTED TO SUPPLY IT WITH ARTILLERY AND TANK AMMUNITION WORTH ROUND €380 MILLION;

Rheinmetall says in talks for UK Boxer partners

FRANKFURT, April 3 Rheinmetall said on Tuesday it was in talks with a number of UK partners for the Boxer armoured vehicle, including BAE Systems, Thales UK, Raytheon, Rolls-Royce and Pearson Engineering, after Britain said it would rejoin the programme.

BRIEF-Rheinmetall: Subsidiary KS Kolbenschmidt Wins Contract In China

* SUBSIDIARY KS KOLBENSCHMIDT HAS JUST BEEN AWARDED ITS FIRST CONTRACT FOR PISTONS FEATURING THE LATEST LITEKS 4 TECHNOLOGY‍​

UPDATE 2-Rheinmetall sees German orders driving defence sales growth

* Sees 2018 operating margin of 7 pct vs yr-earlier 6.8 pct (Adds CEO comments on export restrictions)

BRIEF-Rheinmetall expects 2 bln euro German order in coming years

* CEO SAYS WE EXPECT A 2 BILLION EURO CONTRACT FROM THE GERMAN ARMED FORCES IN THE COMING YEARS

Rheinmetall raises dividend, forecasts growth in 2018

DUESSELDORF, Germany, March 15 Germany's Rheinmetall announced a 17 percent hike in its annual dividend and forecast a further rise in sales and earnings this year as it benefits from a shift to lower-emissions cars and rising defence budgets.

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